Test Your Knowledge About Lizards

Test Your Knowledge About Lizards

There are marvelous mammals, creepy crawly insects, fantastic fish… but what about slick lizards? Lizards are incredibly fascinating creatures. Some of them can change colors, other puff themselves up so big, and another can even walk on water for a little while! With this in mind, it is no wonder why many people love researching lizards, visiting them at zoos, and even keeping certain ones as pets. Are you one of these people? Do you know everything there is to know about the wonderful world of lizards? Well, it is finally time to put your knowledge about lizards to the test.

What species of lizard can walk on water?

What lizard can walk on ceilings?

What species of lizard is the largest in the world?

What species of desert-dwelling lizard can run on its hind legs?

What lizard can puff up its body to intimidate predators?

What do most lizards eat?

What species of lizard has a frill around its neck that can flare?

What species is the Geico gecko modeled after?

What is the average lifespan of a lizard?

How many toes do most species of lizard have on each of their feet?

How do lizards usually detect prey?

Lizards are cold-blooded. What is this also called?

How many eyelids do lizards usually have?

When do common lizards hibernate?

What do you call a group of lizards?

What species of lizard is the world's smallest?

Marine iguanas are exclusive to what island?

Which type of lizard doesn't have legs?

Where can you not find lizards?

Which of the following is not a purpose of a lizard's tail?

Komodo dragons are only native to one country. Which one?

What is another name for the common lizard?

Where do bearded dragons live?

Which lizard is able to change its color to match its surroundings?

How many legs do the majority of lizards have?

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Jessica spent a gap year as a digital nomad and offsite social media manager before returning to study at McGill University in her native Montreal. Currently, she is pursuing a BA in English and ingesting this cosmopolitan city quite differently than she did in her childhood. Diverse interests define Jessica. With two classmates, she once snowshoed through 200 kilometers of Quebec's backcountry for charity. Of course, Jessica writes. Thanks to modern access to self-publishing, Jessica's YA titles are gaining a fanbase on Amazon. Importantly, Jessica also codes. She has a super-secret app in development that could make her a household name in five years. When she's not writing, coding or studying, she's performing with her popular improv troupe, Jess 4 Laughs, which consists of four improvisers named Jessica.